We have seen that Molyneux’s problem occupied a central position in eighteenth-century epistemology and psychology and that in the nineteenth century its main rôle was in theories of spatial perception and of the formation of spatial concepts. This chapter will investigate the importance that twentieth-century researchers have attached to the problem and the methods they have employed to solve it.
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